friends Maadamoiselle

  1. Hello everyone!! Oh how I’ve missed blogging… I’ve been busy adjusting to my new life with my husband, Sebastian. Not only did I get married recently but I moved from the States to Montreal. This city has so much to offer and so many new places to explore. Sebastian has been an amazing guide, taking me to new little places to dine. Biking or walking through streets makes me feel like I’m in Paris or New York City at times. It’s amazing to be in a place that has an atmosphere that is so rich in both American and French culture; I love that we can have the best of both worlds!

    Here I’m wearing my Vintage Soul.eil jumpsuit. 


  2. It happens that I want you, and so I just haven’t room for any other desires 📷: @_shabster


  3. caravanbedouin:

    my beautiful friend @maadamoiselle

    Came across this old photo on tumblr

    (Source: oriental-sunrise)


  4. Anonymous said: If one of your insta or blog followers saw you in real life, would you want them to come up and say hi or would you think that is a little weird? Be honest okay? I was just wondering, since you have so many followers I'm sure you're bound to run in to one someday :) So yeah, how would you feel if a stranger that only knew you through the internet, said hey?

    It would be my pleasure to meet you ❤️


  5. Jumpsuit designed by Rohina


  6. High waisted vintage pants! Yes pleassse.


  7. California love…

    It’s been a few days since my sisters and I have been in SoCal and even though I’m no stranger to the area, I always fall in love with the atmosphere of California all over again. While meandering about in LA, there’s been one dress that I had been dying to show you guys and wear on this trip. This Soul.eil vintage dress feels like it was meant to be worn in the Hollywood Hills. With the bold colors and vintage shapes and lines, it feels like the perfect old school piece for our current setting. And right now… it has to be my favorite dress!


  8. You are my favorite feeling

    Dress: Soul.eil 

    Photograph by Zahra Hussain